Application process and requirements
A majority of the Internship positions available at the Tribunal are of a legal nature. Applicants must have a university degree, or be in the final stage of their undergraduate studies. Preference is given to law graduates who are acquainted with one or more of the following disciplines: public international law, international humanitarian law, human rights law, private international law, criminal law, comparative law, and criminology. Applicants applying for a non-legal Internship need post-secondary education or training relevant to the section they wish to apply for e.g. journalism, translation and interpretation, information technology, engineering, logistics, or human resources management. There is no age restriction for applicants, although generally candidates are aged between 20 and 35 years old. Applicants should be nominated by an educational institution, government body or private organization, in conjunction with the Application Form.